350 students from 30 schools participating in YPS MUN jointly organized by AYOSA and Silver Fern Education
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
In a grand opening ceremony, Yadavindra Public School, Patiala begins the 3rd Edition of Model United Nation Conference 2022 in the campus, today. The ceremony was held in Captain Amarinder Singh Auditorium of the school. This is one of the mega events which are planned to celebrate 75 years of the school. The ceremony witnessed around 500 attendees which included all the esteemed guests, teachers and student delegates.
This event was organised co-jointly by The Aitchison Yadavindra Old Students Association (AYOSA) and Silver Fern Education Consultant. This 3-days long conference will include more than 350 student delegates from 30 different schools from all across the country. The theme for YPS MUN 2022 is ‘Tamso Maa Jyotirgamay’ – From Darkness to Light. The conference will have 10 committees where delegates will debate over various International agendas to develop and enhance their diplomatic abilities along the lines of the United Nations.
The opening ceremony commenced with the arrival of the Chief Guest, Caroline Rowett, British Deputy High Commissioner. The august gathering included Member, Loksabha Preneet Kaur, Col R.P.S. Brar, President AYOSA, Prof. Prakash Gopalan, Director, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sakshi Sawhney, DC, Patiala, Ismat Vijay Singh, SDM, Patiala and distinguished guests from AYOSA . The event proceeded with the Lamp Lightening ceremony followed by the cultural presentation by YPS students. The Director of YPS, Maj Gen Sanjiv Varma, VSM (Retd.) addressed the gathering and welcomed the guests. “I am glad and impressed with the hard work done by the students. I wish YPS and students good luck for the success of this grand event,” said the Chief Guest during her address to the gathering.
350 students from 30 schools participating in YPS MUN jointly organized by AYOSA and Silver Fern Education .The conference was then declared open by Sarvagya Dev Thapliyal, YPS Head Boy and the Secretary General of the MUN. The closing ceremony will be held on Saturday, October 8.